Monthly Archive for: ‘3 years ago’

October proclaimed Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October proclaimed Domestic Violence Awareness Month

One in three Texans will experience domestic violence in their lifetimes. Armed with that knowledge, the City of Dallas proclaimed …

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Last chance to register to vote in the upcoming election

Last chance to register to vote in the upcoming election

Today, October 9, is the deadline to register to vote in the November election.  If you would like to check …

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Dallas Public Library to present Indie Author Day Oct. 13

Dallas Public Library to present Indie Author Day Oct. 13

The Dallas Public Library will welcome local indie authors to a day of workshops, presentations, panels and discussions dedicated to …

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New plan outlined for Dallas Police’s VICE unit

New plan outlined for Dallas Police’s VICE unit

The Dallas Police Department is in the process of standing up its new Vice Unit. The department has spent the …

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Slavery at Jefferson’s Monticello: Paradox of Liberty opens in Fair Park

Slavery at Jefferson’s Monticello: Paradox of Liberty opens in Fair Park

Slavery at Jefferson’s Monticello: Paradox of Liberty, a groundbreaking exhibit is making its first appearance West of the Mississippi in …

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Dallas to host regional environmental conference

Dallas to host regional environmental conference

The City of Dallas is committed to conserving natural resources for all people living and working with city limits. This …

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New program helps businesses recover from natural disasters

New program helps businesses recover from natural disasters

A natural disaster strikes – not only are the effects devastating to the environment, but if you run a business, …

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OurDallas Mobile App rolls out Oct. 8

OurDallas Mobile App rolls out Oct. 8

The new OurDallas mobile app will be available Oct. 8!  It’s part of the City of Dallas’ plan to upgrade …

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